Showing 10 types of GOOSEFOOT
A native plant in California and Nevada, especially in saline soils.
Native to Europe, and now an extremely common weed throughout the United States.
Native to Europe and Asia, now widespread in California.
Native to North America, and found throughout the western half of the U.S. and into the prairie provinces in Canada.
A native of Europe and Asia, now widespread in the western U.S., infesting croplands and non-croplands.
Native to Eurasia, this plant was introduced to North America and now is found in nearly every state, with the exception of the extreme southeast.
Native to Tropical America, now widely distributed in the United States.
Native to Europe, and now established in the western United States.
Native to Europe, but naturalized and now widespread in North America.
Native to Eurasia, but introduced to the United States from Russia in sacks of flaxseed, that spilled along railways as it was transported, spreading the weed throughout the western U.S.